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Old May 20th, 2011, 08:43 AM   #31
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Re: CMOS vs CCD

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If of course you are prepared to use your tapes 120 times over then there is no saving on the actual media!!
Hi Chris and Jeff, thanks for your maths. Yes, I used tapes for very many years and was still re-using the chipped excellence tapes I bought in the late 90s to record HDV in the late noughties. But I shot fine HDV on Sony's cheapest Premium tape and never having suffered dropout reused them again and again. My 'never go on a shoot with anything you haven't thoroughly tested' is well known here.

Then I bought the NX5 and along with it I bought six 16gb class 10 cards. We're not talking storage, download time, reliability, run time. I'll happily say (regardless of the truth) that I can effectively keep re-recording on these cards for ever. 6 cards is about 8 hours record time, or less than 9 tapes, yet cost a whopping 12x as much. That price would buy me a stack of 110 tapes.

So I can't quite get my head around your 're-rec 120 times'. Mind you, I don't have to. I just love shooting file-based and tape is just a bygone era now.

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